|Name Tom Shillue|
Role Stand-up comedian
|Spouse Denise Shillue (m. 2003)|
|Movies Mystery Team, My Suicidal Sweetheart, Duane Incarnate, Sidewalk Traffic|
Similar People Greg Gutfeld, Joanne Nosuchinsky, DC Pierson, Dan Eckman, Hal Salwen
Tom Shillue Worked At 'The Daily Show' And Fox News
Thomas A. Shillue (born June 13, 1966) is an American stand-up comedian, actor and author from Norwood, Massachusetts. He was a correspondent on The Daily Show on Comedy Central and hosted Red Eye on Fox News. He released his first book, Mean Dads for a Better America, in 2017. In June 2017, Shillue began hosting a weekday afternoon three-hour syndicated talk radio show on Fox News Radio, also heard on Sirius XM's Fox News Talk Channel 450.
- Tom Shillue Worked At 'The Daily Show' And Fox News
- Television and film
- Stand Up and theatre
- Other work
Television and film
He has appeared in several TV series and short films. He was featured on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon both performing stand up comedy and performing in Fallon's Barbershop Quartet, with whom he performed "Sexy Back" along with Justin Timberlake and "Roxanne" along with Sting. He has also appeared with Conan O'Brien doing stand up.
He appeared in the film Mystery Team by Derrick Comedy in 2009. His television acting work includes guest spots on programs like Spin City, Broad City and Law and Order.
Shillue was a correspondent on The Daily Show.
Since 2014, Shillue has subbed in for Greg Gutfeld, co-hosting The Five. Shillue became the permanent host of Red Eye on June 22, 2015, when Gutfeld left to host his new show The Greg Gutfeld Show. Red Eye was cancelled in April 2017 but Shillue remains a contributor on the Fox News Channel.
Stand Up and theatre
Shillue performs frequently as an opening act for Jim Gaffigan. He also performed a two-man show along with Gaffigan in the late 1990s called The American White Male.
Shillue has performed solo shows including Supernormal at PS122 and Dad 2.0 at Ars Nova Theatre.
Shillue announced his 12 in 12 project, whereby he would release an album of new material each month from November 2012 to October 2013. Some viewers of Red Eye believed the promotion of these new albums was simply a running gag on the show, a misconception which Shillue and Gutfeld dispelled on air, leading to a spike in sales.
2017-current- Radio Show The Tom Shillue Show on Fox News Radio